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Halban & Damask Wien Hutfabrikanten

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Restored version of the Halban & Damask Wien Hat Display stand. It is made of brass with a copper finish. There were some scratches on the copper finish that couldn't be fixed but I think it looks nice plus very unique. At least I haven't seen anything like it. Probably from just before WWI so displayed with a period Hückel Melone.

 

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What is interesting is the company that made the stand TH Hausermann & Co. is still in business today making specialized printed circut boards.

 

http://www.haeusermann.co.at/1,about/10,History/16,A-future-based-on-Experience

 

I was able to find some Hungarian newpaper ads from the 1920s that mention KuK Hof Hutfabrikten Halban & Damask Wien but nothing else.

 

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Halban & Damask, Velour, size 58cm. Very rare find by Qirrel on the FL. This is the first soft felt Halban & Damask Wien soft felt I have encountered. It was an export to Norway.

 

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